The MS in Nutrition Sciences, Clinical Track - Dietetic Internship is designed to prepare students to practice as competent, professional practitioners. In addition, students gain research skills and ethical values consistent with professional practice. Our students hail from different countries, cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds. Their unique life experiences create an enriched learning environment that elicits the development of skills and compassion that benefit each other beyond UAB.
Our world-class faculty consist of educators, scholars and researchers who create a culture of discovery, collaboration, innovation and diversity. They embrace social responsibility, healthy lifestyles and visionary thinking and they pride themselves in providing exceptional on-the-spot training and lifelong mentoring.
All applications to the MS in Nutrition Sciences, Clinical Track - Dietetic Internship are made through a centralized application process called DICAS and a corresponding digital match process via D & D Digital. Please click this link to learn more about the application and admissions process.
Have an immediate question about the MS in Nutrition Sciences, Clinical Track - Dietetic Internship? You might find it in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section. We have also included the program’s best contact information at the bottom of the FAQ section just in case your question is not answered there.
UAB Dietetic Internship has been a program of "firsts" since we began in 1963. What started as a a 12-month program with only six students, is now a major influence in nutrition education innovations and healthcare policy reform. We were here before UAB became UAB. We were the first program of its kind in Alabama, one of the first in the U.S. to offer distance education and one of the first to collaborate with Medicine in research. We look forward to watching our graduates' impact for the next 50 years.
The MS in Nutrition Sciences, Clinical Track - Dietetic Internship is currently granted accreditation by The Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND) of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) 120 South Riverside Plaza, Suite 2000, Chicago, Illinois, 60606-6995, 800-877-1600 extension 5400, www.eatright.org.
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The University of Alabama at Birmingham is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award baccalaureate, masters, doctorate, and professional degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions.
Your application to the MS in Nutrition Sciences, Research Track is completed through the UAB Graduate School admissions process. Please click “Admissions” to find additional information about application deadlines, how to apply, and admission requirements.
You will complete coursework through a planned, structured, yet flexible program of study that is tailored to meet your needs. The majority of your coursework is online but part of your research training will be face-to-face. Your learning experience, in an environment that fosters novel learning and uses cutting-edge technology, will facilitate scholarly proficiency and in-depth understanding about nutrition sciences. Our interdisciplinary courses will help you transcend boundaries and succeed in professional and academic arenas.
Have an immediate question about the MS in Nutrition Sciences, Research Track program? You might find it in our “Frequently Asked Questions” section. We have also included the program’s best contact information at the bottom of the FAQ section just in case your question is not answered there.